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Post date: February 9, 2018
Behavioral Analyst - Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando and Pensacola, Florida

Florida MENTOR
Tampa, FL

Florida MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network and is seeking an experienced Behavioral Analyst to develop behavioral plans and provide behavioral therapy, and other therapeutic services to program participants. Working with your regional team to conduct functional behavior assessments, develop and implement effective, positive, behavioral support plans.

Our Behavioral Analyst positions enjoy high-impact with those we serve while providing flexibility with your schedule and location - and offering longer-term career options across our nationwide network.


  • Work closely with our individuals and staff to observe, identify, analyze, and document a range of behavior challenges.
  • Conduct functional behavioral assessments.
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Analysis Service Plans.
  • Create individualized treatment plans to help each individual improve.
  • Using training and creativity, explore ways to handle challenging problems for our individuals in home settings, workplaces, and the community.
  • Train team members to reinforce implementation of behavioral plans.
  • Visit programs for follow-up and ongoing evaluations to realign plans as needed.
  • The position requires travel throughout the service areas; hours and schedule are flexible around the people we serve. 


  • Master's Degree in psychology or related field preferred
  • One year experience working with special populations in related capacity
  • Experience with conducting research in behavior analysis within an applied setting preferred
  • Required Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)
  • Experience working with individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities is preferred, but bring the right attitude, and we’ll train you for success
  • Effective communication skills a must – ability to communicate clearly with team members, medical professionals, those we serve, and their families


  • Paid training; Holiday pay; 401(k); paid time off, medical, vision, dental and short term disability
  • Flexibility with your schedule
  • Dynamic work environment, no day is ever the same as the next
  • On-the-job training including career development, advancement and paid CEU opportunities
  • Access to career opportunities throughout our nationwide Network
  • Mileage reimbursement

Each of our programs is designed around the needs of the children and adults we serve and delivered in the communities they call home. We provide the right balance of service and support – combining personal choice, flexibility and community integration with professional oversight, family involvement and stability.

Florida MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local human service providers offering quality, community-based services to children, adults, and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families.  We have a great work environment, and you’ll be surrounded by a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues. With approximately 30,000 employees serving 30,000 individuals in 35 states, you'll have career opportunities from coast to coast.

Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals. Apply Today!


Post date: February 6, 2018
Program Director - Dayton, OH

Echoing Hills Village, Inc.
Warsaw, OH


Echoing Hills of Southwest Ohio facilities offer individuals with special needs plenty of opportunities to experience community living, adult daycare services, and recreational activities. We are celebrating over 50 years serving the Greater Dayton, Ohio and surrounding area. Join our team of dedicated and professional employees to enrich the lives of others.


We are currently seeking an experienced Program Director for our Echoing Valley location, located at 7040 Union Schoolhouse Rd. in Dayton, OH. This is a full-time, exempt position. 

As the Program Director, you are responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating and managing all aspects of individual activities and programming designed to meet the physical,social, educational and spiritual needs of our individuals. This position oversees the daily operation of the Program Department including activities and programs, staffing and personnel issues, financial and budget management, managing individual social service needs, managing and fostering relationships with families, guardians, medical providers, regulators and other local and state DD programs and providers and ensuring compliance with various regulatory agencies. This position provides a vital link between all internal and external personnel involved in the care, active treatment and programming for the individuals served. This position will serve as a member of the Leadership Team and will help guide the overall direction of the ICF/DD and supporting waiver homes. This position will supervise and manage a number of employees including Direct Support Professionals, QDDPs, Activity Staff and other Program Staff.


Position requires a Bachelors Degree in Social Services, Rehabilitation or Human Services related field or a Degree and Licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN, active in state of Ohio). Prior management experience and two years prior experience working with persons with developmental disabilities (DD)required. CPR and Certification in First Aide will be required prior to or within 60 days of hire.Position requires a demonstrated Christian background and a demonstrated ability to fulfill the mission and purpose of the Ministry. Position also requires a valid Ohio Drivers License and a basic knowledge and ability to operate Microsoft office products, the internet, email and general office equipment. Experience with Kronos payroll system also preferred.


Please send a resume and cover letter detailing experience and salary requirements to:
Nicole Nickell, PHR, SHRM-CP
Regional Director of Human Resources, Southwest Ohio
(937) 716-1313, ext. 222

Post date: January 31, 2018
Executive Director - Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Mountain Valley Developmental Services
Glenwood Springs, CO


Board of Directors




Mountain Valley Developmental Services, Inc. (MVDS) exists to provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families with supports that promote skill acquisition, independence, and inclusion within the community which encompasses four counties.  It serves roughly 125 adults and 350 children a year. Adult offerings include residential group homes, host homes, family caregivers, and apartment programs; day services, supported employment opportunities (both community based and in MVDS’ greenhouse and weaving studio), and community engagement.  Case management and care coordination are provided for both adults and children aged birth to 3.

MVDS’ assets include a real estate portfolio of 20 residential and commercial properties. Those not in use by individuals served are rented to the larger community at fair market rates.

MVDS has historically been funded by government and quasi-governmental organizations. Moving forward, it seeks to enlist more support from individuals, foundations, and businesses and by partnering with similar community-based organizations. The transition from one-source to multi-source funding will require planning, networking and execution skills.


The Executive Director is responsible for setting the mission and vision of MVDS and defining its strategic direction, ensuring that resources are in place to accomplish important mission goals, recruiting and retaining staff, keeping teams motivated and capable of exceeding expectations, and building the kind of corporate culture which supports the MVDS mission.

Reporting Relationships: The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors.


The Executive Director will set strategy and vision, build the MVDS culture, lead the senior team, and allocate capital and manage the real estate portfolio appropriately. Working with the Board, the Executive Director will set important goals for the organization and work systematically to meet them.

The Executive Director will make it a priority to define MVDS's priorities and direction. He or she will assess and evaluate strategies, decide how the organization will position itself for future success, and will hire teams, set budgets, forge alliances and build partnerships to further the mission. The Executive Director will play a formative role in building the culture of MVDS around community service, accountability and results so that the very best in the field find MVDS to be a solid professional home with ample opportunities for advancement and professional growth. The Executive Director will form and maintain relationships with state officials, work closely with the I/DD industry’s professional organizations, and advocate on behalf of MVDS and the individuals it serves at the federal, state, and local level. Finally, the Executive Director will actively promote MVDS to build its financial reserves and goodwill. He or she will secure resources, budget and allocate resources appropriately and hold him or herself accountable for the financial health of the organization.


The Executive Director will:

  • Lead the mission and vision of the organization, along with the Board, so that MVDS clients receive high-quality services;
  • Implement strategic plans, based on data-driven analytics, projections and financials;
  • Manage MVDS's budget and ensure that it is a financially viable, sustainable organization with the resources to meet current and projected program growth;
  • Ensure that MVDS is in compliance with relevant state and federal laws, regulations, and standard accounting procedures;
  • Maintain a high-performing senior leadership team and play an active role in attracting, retaining and developing a best-in-class staff;
  • Identify and implement cost-effective ways to deliver state-of-the-art programs to clients;
  • Participate in identifying and cultivating corporate, individual and foundation sponsors;
  • Cultivate excellent relationships with local media; provide oversight for MVDS's presence in the social media;
  • Reach out to the community to present MVDS, its vision and services through public presentations and by attending relevant business events, conferences and gatherings;
  • Serve as lead representative with government agencies and advocate for MVDS at the federal, state, and local level;
  • Develop and work with the Board, ensuring that Board committees and efforts are well-organized and funded;
  • Inform the Board regularly of external challenges and  internal organization matters, including relevant staffing, funding and program success and priorities; and
  • Effectively manage real estate portfolio.

Key Credentials and Personal Qualities

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required.  Prefer Master's Degree in Nonprofit Management, Business Administration, Finance, Economics or its equivalent.
  • 5-10 years successful senior leadership experience for a non-profit with a $10m annual budget. 5 years in a leadership position with an I/DD or similar organization required.
  • Senior level management experience for a diverse human services organization with 100 + employees.
  • Commitment to results; “can-do" mindset with emphasis on accountability
  • Proven track record of developing and maintaining effective relationships with regulatory agencies and law makers.
  • Ability to think strategically and react effectively to a constantly changing environment.
  • Emotional intelligence and experience diffusing complex emotional situations with families and staff of varying levels of sophistication.
  • Strong motivational and staff leadership abilities.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Sense of humor, integrity, impeccable work ethic.


Interested candidates may apply online at Applications should include a resume and thoughtful cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and how you heard about this search.

Post date: January 26, 2018
Regional Director - North Carolina

The Charles Lea Center
Spartanburg, SC

The Charles Lea Center is a nonprofit organization serving individuals with developmental disabilities. We are seeking a regional director to provide the administrative, programmatic and financial leadership for a supported living program. Candidate must have a strong programmatic skills with a focus on supporting individuals with disabilities in fully integrated residential settings. This position will be responsible for the developmental, implementation and management of all services in North Carolina. 

As a Senior Leadership position, it is expected that this candidate:

  • Possesses strong organizational and leadership skills
  • Has a capacity to make decisions independently
  • Possesses experience in operating and managing diverse models of service.


  • Minimum BA or BS degree in related field
  • 5 years of leadership experience with at least 2 years in a higher level leadership role
  • Direct care work experience
  • Strong analytical problem solving skills and managing budgets.
  • Must have a thorough understanding of person centered thinking with a focus on individualized services and supports.

Please apply online at Click “Work Here” section

Please direct all questions to

The Charles Lea Center
195 Burdette Street
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29307
(864) 585-0322

Post date: January 24, 2018
Regional Director - Fort Dodge, Iowa

One Vision
Clear Lake, IA

One Vision, a growing leader in providing services to individuals with disabilities has an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join our executive team. The Regional Director, along with 8 other executives, make-up the One Vision executive leadership team. Located in Fort Dodge, Iowa, this position has outreach in 5 communities, manages over 200 employees as well as an 8 million dollar operating budget.

The Regional Director has responsibility for overseeing the administration, financial and strategic planning of the defined region. They are responsible for leading their defined area in a manner that supports and guides the One Vision mission. The Regional Director is responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget as well as ensures maximum resource utilization and maintenance of the region in a positive financial position. Ensures the region is compliant with all organizational, state and federal requirements. The Regional Director is responsible for the enhancement of One Vision’s public image by working in conjunction with other One Vision departments as well as being active and visible in the community for fundraising as well as other public events in addition to developing and maintaining positive working relationships with internal and external business partners. The Regional Director is responsible for overseeing and implementing appropriate resources to ensure that the One Vision mission is carried out effectively by administering all operations as well as providing oversight of the hiring, development and discipline of competent, qualified staff.

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED as well as 10(ten) or more years of applicable non-profit management experience. A bachelor’s degree in business administration, human services field or an active Iowa RN license and 5(five) years of applicable non-profit management experience is preferred. Solid hands-on, budget management skills including preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting as well as strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation is also preferred.

Qualified candidates may apply at or by submitting resume, cover letter and references to

Resumes will be reviewed as they are received. Closing date for position is 2/9/18.

Post date: January 24, 2018
Senior Vice President of Operations - Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, NE

Mosaic is a faith-based organization serving people with intellectual disabilities and operating under the belief that every individual is a person of worth. With more than 4,300 employees across 36 agencies in 10 states, Mosaic serves more than 3,700 individuals with intellectual disabilities. Mosaic’s employees and volunteers are passionate about opportunities and partnerships that create meaningful lives, in caring communities, giving a voice to the needs of the people we serve.

The Senior Vice President of Operations will be a key player in the next phase of growth for Mosaic. One year into an aggressive five-year strategic plan, the organization plans $80 million in growth through agency acquisition in conjunction with a $63 million comprehensive campaign.

The Senior Vice President of Operations is responsible for leading and managing a comprehensive range of services and programs delivered across Mosaic’s network of agencies. This person will provide leadership through the supervision, mentoring, and coaching of the vice president and director level staff in the operations department.  He/she will lead operations in the achievement of strategic goals, high quality service delivery and overall compliance with Mosaic standards and multi-state government contracts. The SVP will be responsible for operations performance, analysis, and as a member of Mosaic Leadership Council informing the Council on matters related to operations in order to promote effective strategies and utilization of resources.

Reporting to the President & CEO, Mosaic seeks a proven leader with exceptional skills in operations within the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities and a keen understanding of, and passion for, the organization’s mission.

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Human Services or a related field is required. Minimum of ten years of proven experience in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities in a multi-state provider setting, with at least three years in an executive role. Master's Degree in Business Administration or a related field is preferred. Demonstrated leadership at an executive level with proven results of leading a complex, multi-state organization to leverage strengths across the organization.

To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at

For more information about Mosaic, please visit

Post date: January 12, 2018
Development Director - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Community Involvement Programs
Minneapolis, MN


Administration Building


Commensurate with experience and other qualification


Full-Time Exempt

Are you a great community connector with a strong fundraising background? Are you interested in social justice and advocating for personal and civil rights for people with disabilities alongside people whose voices have historically been ignored? Are you a creative and passionate person looking to work for a dynamic organization with practices that are leading change in our industry? If so, CIP is a great opportunity for you!

The Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of Community Involvement Programs’ fundraising including, the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns. The Director works closely with The CEO and the Board of Directors in all development and fund raising endeavors.


  • Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them.
  • Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Oversee grant seeking including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
  • Build the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies.
  • Direct the annual fund program, including mailings and annual fundraising drives.
  • Direct capital campaigns and other major fundraising drives.
  • Coordinate fund raising special events.
  • Direct employee fundraising drives.
  • Oversee prospect research.
  • Work closely with CEO, Development Committee and Board of Directors.
  • Make public appearances/accept speaking engagements to share information about the Community Involvement Programs with the community.
  • Staff Board Development Committee meetings.
  • Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Supervise and collaborate with other staff or consultants regarding fundraising function.
  • Oversee creation of publications to support fund raising activities.
  • Maintain gift recognition programs.


  • Must embrace the mission of Community Involvement Programs
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills.
  • Have knowledge and experience in fund raising techniques, particularly major gift fundraising.
  • Possess the skills to work with and motivate staff, board members and other volunteers.
  • Have the desire to get out of the office and build external relationships.
  • Be a “self-starter” and goal driven to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls.
  • Be organized and exhibit “follow through” on tasks and goals.
  • Display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community, demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense and good listening ability.
  • A bachelor’s degree.
  • 5 years minimum experience in professional fundraising.
  • CRFE certification preferred


Email resume to:

Post date: January 5, 2018
Executive Director - Greeneville, Tennessee

Sunrise Community
Greeneville, TN


  • Must successfully complete the required pre-employment Background and Drug Screenings
  • Must possess a valid Driver's License which meets company standards for approved driver status
  • Must possess basic computer skills
  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service discipline preferred
  • Minimum four years of supervisory experience required
  • Minimum two years of experience working in the human service field


  • Directs and manages the administrative structure of the assigned operation, creating a positive culture for individuals and staff
  • Ensures that staff carry out the Sunrise Mission and adhere to the Sunrise Standards of Excellence
  • Participates in expansion projects by providing direct management, organization and supervision from the planning stage to implementation
  • Monitors programs and services to ensure that comprehensive person directed services are delivered and the quality of services meets Sunrise standards
  • Prepares, implements and monitors budgets to ensure cost effective, efficient protocols are executed
  • Ensures implementation of policies and procedures and compliance with all regulatory requirements
  • Performs all other duties as assigned

Interested candidates may submit resume by:


Address: 1705 West Main Street
               Greeneville, TN 37743

Equal Opportunity Employer & Drug Free Workplace



Post date: January 4, 2018
Senior Services Director - Fairbanks, Alaska

Fairbanks Resource Agency
Fairbanks, AK


The Senior Services Director has primary responsibility for the operation of the Senior Services Program, which includes adult day, chore, respite care and care coordination services. The Director is responsible for assuring compliance with state licensing regulations, with federal and state regulations, and with state and agency policies and procedures. The Director is also responsible for program planning and development including budget and expenditure monitoring, staff recruitment, training and supervision, participant intake process, implementation of Personal Service Plans (PSP’s) and interagency coordination.


  1. Maintains current knowledge of state laws, regulations, policies and procedures pertinent to senior services.
  2. Recruits, trains and supervises staff and senior respite care and chore providers, performs evaluations, recommends personnel actions and implements staff development strategies.
  3. Evaluates program services, designs and implements program development objectives.
  4. Coordinates program intake procedures and assures design and development of individualized participant services.
  5. Secures and monitors funding for the senior services department.
  6. Monitors services and implementation of plans of care.
  7. Monitors purchasing procedures for program needs.
  8. Inspects senior services administrative and program settings and assures necessary maintenance including cleanliness, utilities and security.
  9. Conducts regular staff meetings.
  10. Responsible for coordinating and scheduling staff training compliance.
  11. Prepares program records and grant quarterly reports.
  12. Monitors, evaluates and revises program reports.
  13. Assists in preparation of grant applications and funding proposals.
  14. Attends training, in-services, conferences and staff meetings.
  15. Makes public presentations regarding agency and senior services.
  16. Maintains interagency and community contacts related to senior services.
  17. Responsible for maintaining training compliance in accordance with FRA policies and procedures, state and federal regulations.
  18. Monitors staff training compliance, case note documentation and other staff requirements using an electronic medical record (EMR).
  19. Utilizes an electronic medical record, in accordance with agency procedures, state and federal requirements.


  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Social or Behavioral Sciences, Education, Rehabilitation, Gerontology or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
  2. Five years experience working with seniors and/or individuals experiencing developmental disabilities, two of which must be at the management level.
  3. Supervisory experience in a human service program for participants with developmental disabilities preferred and/or supervisory experience in a program for seniors who experience dementia.
  4. Must meet agency insurance criteria for operating agency and personal vehicles on agency business (21 years old and licensed three years).


Thorough understanding and personal commitment to least restrictive and individualized support for participants. Demonstrated proficiency in direct care activities and training and monitoring the physical and health needs of the participant. Demonstrated successful experience in directing, supervising and evaluating personnel. Thorough knowledge of senior services, applicable policies and regulations and experience with individualized service planning. Must have good writing skills. Previous grant writing experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with participants, staff and the general public. Must have reliable transportation and maintain a good driving record. Must possess the knowledge and ability to utilize a computer and electronic medical record (EMR) system. Ability to learn new software and hardware applications, including Microsoft Office applications and accounting software.


  • Alaska Driver’s License
  • Certification in Adult CPR
  • Certification in First Aid
  • Certification Geri-Care
  • Geri-Care Trainer


  • Annual PPD Test
  • Hepatitis B immunization (or) Waiver


Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.


  • Talking: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Those activities which demand detailed or important instructions spoken to other workers accurately, loudly or quickly.
  • Hearing: Perceiving the nature of sounds with no less than a 40 db loss. Ability to receive oral communication and make fine discriminations in sound.
  • Repetitive Motions: Substantial movements (motions) of the wrist, hands, and/or fingers.
  • Driving: Minimum standards required by State Law (including license).


None: The worker is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions (such as typical office or administrative work).


Applications and resumes may be sent to or mailed to:

Darla Gillen, Human Resources Director
Fairbanks Resource Agency
805 Airport Way
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701

Post date: January 2, 2018
Chief Financial Officer - Fairbanks, Alaska

Fairbanks Resource Agency
Fairbanks, AK

The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended as a complete list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.


The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for planning, directing and controlling all accounting and financial functions of the agency. The CFO is responsible for administration of all aspects of daily operations of the agency’s finance department to include accounts payable, accounts receivable, medical billing and banking activities and transactions. The CFO is responsible for preparing and overseeing agency budgets and budget projections, preparing and presenting financial statements and development of the agency’s fiscal operations. The CFO coordinates with and supports program directors in the performance of overall program fiscal responsibilities. The position requires substantive knowledge of administrative non-profit business management, accounting principles and organizational skills.



  1. Provide leadership in support of agency’s long-term financial goals.
  2. Provides supervision and direction to financial department employees to include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees; and addressing complaints and resolving problems.
  3. Develops and maintains internal controls to ensure the reliability and integrity of financial and accounting information.
  4. Ensures monthly contract, Medicaid and other billings are recorded timely and accurately.
  5. Ensures accounts payable and payroll, including tax reporting, are recorded timely and accurately.
  6. Ensures monthly processing of the general ledger is completed timely and accurately.
  7. Monitors, analyzes and reviews cost allocations, updating methodology as required.
  8. Coordinates all financial activities including banking relationships and investment activities. Monitors and controls all financial accounts to ensure FRA is maximizing cash and investment rate of return in compliance with board policy.
  9. Interfaces with staff in various positions to provide guidance and information on accounting controls and procedures.
  10. Reviews and/or provides requested information for contract costing proposals.

Financial and Other Reporting

  1. Prepares or directs preparation of monthly reports summarizing and forecasting agency business activities and financial positions in areas of income, expense and other relevant financial metrics or positions.
  2. Reviews and ensures proper, timely submission of monthly, quarterly, and annual grant activity and financial reporting.
  3. Prepares annual owner-certified financial statements for HUD entities and ensure timely submission according to HUD requirements.
  4. Reviews and ensure proper, timely submission of State of Alaska gaming reporting.

Financial Analysis and Budgeting

  1. Coordinates with the executive director and program directors in preparing annual budget for submission to the board of directors.
  2. Monitors budget to actual results throughout the year, providing technical support and information when further analysis is required.
  3. Provides financial analytical support for evaluating capital purchases and leases.
  4. Supports program directors in understanding the financial impact of their strategies, decisions and program activities.
  5. Provides financial input to the executive director and program directors in preparation for funding proposals, long-term planning, feasibility studies and cost containment recommendations.
  6. Develops reviews and approves budgets for grant proposals and contracts. Develops grant budgets as part of the strategic planning process. Provides financial analytical support for tracking grant project results and developing grant project proposals.

Audit and Tax

  1. Oversees annual combined financial statement audit, Federal and State single audits, and ensures reporting is in compliance with GAAP, HUD, State of Alaska and other applicable guidance.
  2. Reviews 990 tax returns for FRA and related entities.
  3. Oversees and review annual pension plan audit and Federal tax filings.
  4. Oversees Medicaid audits


  1. Responsible for maintaining training compliance in accordance with FRA policies and procedures, state and federal regulations.
  2. Monitors staff training compliance, case note documentation and other staff requirements using an electronic medical record (EMR).


  1. Bachelor Degree in finance, accounting or related degree. CPA preferred.
  2. Five years experience in areas of administration of non-profit organizations, fiscal management, budget development, inventory/purchasing and medical billing.
  3. Seven to ten years of experience in progressively responsible finance positions, preferably in a complex, non-profit fund accounting environment.
  4. Two years managerial experience.
  5. Two years experience managing state and/or federal grants.
  6. Must meet agency insurance criteria for operating agency and personal vehicles on agency business (21 years old and licensed three years).


Knowledge of administrative standards of operation; management of clerical processes; organizational development; scope and nature of activities in human service agencies; principles of accounting procedures; research and statistical data systems; effective human relations; fundamentals of supervision; basis principles of health service delivery systems; essential components in grant proposals. Ability to establish and maintain the confidence and cooperation of staff and persons contacted in the course of work; prepare accurate and concise reports; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; prioritize the work load; supervise support staff; comprehend complex written material and interpret and apply the relevant principles. Ability to operate and perform routine maintenance of office equipment and computer systems. Must have reliable transportation and maintain a good driving record. Ability to work a flexible schedule.


Alaska Driver’s License


Annual PPD Test


Light Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.


  • Reaching: Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
  • Repetitive Motions: Substantial movements (motions) of the wrist, hands, and/or fingers.
  • Driving: Minimum standards required by State Law (including license).


None: The worker is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.


Applications and resumes may be sent to or mailed to:

Darla Gillen, Human Resources Director
Fairbanks Resource Agency
805 Airport Way
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701